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Perimenopause and menopause are natural parts of life, but the symptoms you experience don’t have to be.
Our culture normalizes perimenopause and menopause symptoms like irritability, fatigue, and hot flashes. Because of this, they can feel inevitable, leading many women to seek treatments like hormone replacement therapy for relief. But without addressing the underlying cause, these treatments are often not worth the risks.
Fortunately, with a little knowledge, you already have everything you need to heal your symptoms. By learning how to balance your hormones naturally, you can stop suffering and start feeling your best.
- Take Robin’s Hormone Quiz.
- Join the Natural Solutions for Hormone Balance Sisterhood Facebook group.
Resources & Links
- Balance Hormones Naturally: All About The Hormone Reset Program
- Hot Hormone Tip: Fix Menopause Moods With Better Brain Chemistry
- How to Fix Weight Gain and Fatigue Post Menopause
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Hello, beauties. Oh my goodness, it's so awesome to be with you here today. Happy Monday and it's time for a hot hormone tip for the week. Hi, I'm Robin Nielsen. And the perimenopause, menopause three day event is coming right up, because two starts just a week from tomorrow. And I'm so excited for all of you who have registered, we have, gosh, close to 5000 Ladies registered, and I really look forward to giving you some amazing information. And you know, I was talking today with our private clients. And so many of them have seen incredible changes in their health and, and they said, you know, information is power. And it is power, it's powerful, if you take action on it. So just learning the information itself is not powerful enough, you have to actually take action on it. And that's what my programs are all about is teaching you and then you taking action on what you learned. And so I really cannot wait to support you. So I'll put the link here for you to sign up if you haven't registered yet. Because I want to make sure that you get supported that you have the information that you need to take action and feel so much better because I felt old when I was young. And now that I'm in my 60s, I actually feel better than I ever have. And it's possible for you to and I'm going to actually share my story in our perimenopause, menopause Facebook group today as well. So you can sort of hear about my health journey and how I healed pretty much everything things that I never knew you could heal, and how you know, today's hot hormone tip is all about really myth busting around a lot of the symptoms that we experienced during perimenopause and menopause. And, you know, a lot of what happens starting in perimenopause is, you know, we just, we just stopped feeling loving and connected. And I'm going to show you you know why that is we become more irritable, we become a little bit more fatigued, we kind of say no to our partners. You know, when it comes to intimacy, we're just, we're just kind of worn out. And I'll show you why that is hormonally what's happening and how we can fix that. And then, you know, sometimes hot flashes start then and, and other things, you know, our periods get kind of wonky, potentially and we just don't feel like ourselves. Like there's just a huge transition in perimenopause. And then we get to, you know, menopause or post menopause. And somewhere in there, you know, we start getting hot flashes and some of us get night sweats and, you know, we get all the the column the Seven Dwarfs of menopause, you know, sweaty and irritable and grumpy and, and anxious and, you know, and dry and sweaty, and you know, all those things. And, and what I want you to know about that is that these symptoms are common, but they are not normal. And I know that sounds really weird. Like so many women experienced these symptoms of perimenopause, post menopause. But they're, it's because of how our culture is. And so I'm going to share with you like what's going on hormonally, and how you can fix these things. yourself, you can fix them, naturally, you know, the go to is hormone replacement therapy. But that doesn't fix the underlying root causes. But I call them the hormone deal breakers, it doesn't fix those, it just is like a band aid that you're slapping on top. Sometimes it helps a little bit. Sometimes it doesn't. So many women take hormone replacement therapy, they don't take it right or correctly, and they put themselves at risk for really bad things to happen. And they don't really see the benefit. So let's not do that. Let's be smart. Let's take charge of our health, all of these symptoms that you're experiencing, you can take care of yourself. Naturally. I'm going to show you just how to do that. And you know, get your libido back, you know stop urinary incontinence or urinary leakage. Get juicy or down there and everywhere else. So that you know you can live some of the best years of your life so many women oh my gosh, you may have heard of Louise Hay for example. You know, she is a real icon in the natural health world. You know, she didn't start her career until she was in her 60s or 70s. And she rocked out she started Hay House Publishing, and you can do that too. Right and I've heard from so many of you who have you know taken a look at the perimenopause menopause three day event and I've heard how much you're struggling so much and it just doesn't have to be that way. So if you are gay my for showing up and taking action. I really excited to support you. So sign up. I'll put the link right here and And I just want I just want you to know that the symbols that you're experiencing yes, they're common. They're not normal. We're gonna bust a bunch of myths during the three day event and I cannot wait to support you. So post right here if you've already signed up, or if you're going to just say I'm in because I just want to see all the ladies who are in and if you want to just share sort of what's going on with you, you can do that too. But we also share that in these specific Facebook group for the perimenopause, menopause three day event because I want to know what you're coming in with so I can address it during the event. Alright, sending you so much love.